Ray Rice, Marshal Yanda and other players take off their uniforms and equipment as the minicamp wraps up. (Kenneth K. LAM, Baltimore Sun /June 19, 2014)
will "more than likely" be the starting quarterback again for Browns
Twelve days after the Browns lost in Pittsburgh, 14-3, the effects of that game are still reverberating -- in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, in the AFC North
and throughout the NFL.
still has not returned to regular work since suffering a concussion on the helmet-to-facemask hit by Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison
on Dec. 8. That means Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start Saturday in Baltimore.
Further, the NFL is instituting new procedures to help prevent teams from unknowingly playing players after a concussion. The guidelines include having an independent athletic trainer watch in the press box to monitor whether a player needs to be tested for a concussion.
didn't come out unscathed from that brutal slugfest, either.
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